This weekend my daughter came up to me and asked me to help her write “Love Mommy” on a sticky note. She had me write it on a separate piece of paper and she made her letters look just like mine (to the best of her abilities). When she was done she was proud of herself and stuck the note to her chest, then ran through the house with it. We did this two more times using “Daddy” and her own name instead. She did this completely on her own, so I’m hopeful she’s developing more of an interest in reading and writing now.
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My kid already knows all her letters and has gotten pretty good at sounding out easy words. At this point I think she needs more encouragement and set aside time to work on reading. Unfortunately, she is extremely picky about when she wants to learn, so I’m going to have to figure out some way of catching her interest.